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Cambodia has no reason to fear a Biden presidency

This article is a response to the piece written by David Hutt, which appeared on Asia Times on November 12, suggesting that “Cambodia should be worried about the Biden presidency.” His suggestion does not make sense, for the following reasons. First, Cambodia is not a criminal, and the US is not a police officer or prosecutor....
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Cambodia-EU: The debate on ‘trade-not-aid’

To Cambodia as well as the rest of the world, the Covid-19 pandemic has presented the worst form of challenges to fundamental human rights, ranging from the right to life to decent jobs, education, food and shelter. The loss of direct income due to the disruption of global production and supply chains has already forced 400...
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Three pathways to war between the US and China

According to the theory of international relations, the world is constantly in a state of anarchy and countries always seek a balance of power to maintain their own security. With China’s rise, the US and its allies fear losing the equilibrium that supports American domination of the global order. Considering China a “revisionist state,” they...
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Cambodia’s state of emergency law in context

The World Health Organization has officially declared the Covid-19 outbreak a pandemic and has called on all countries to continue efforts that have been effective in limiting the number of infections and slowing the spread of the virus. Countries around the world have proclaimed national emergencies, and many have imposed quarantines, lockdowns and school and...
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The Asian Vision Institute (AVI) is an independent think tank based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It aims to promote inclusive, adaptive and sustainable societies in Asia.

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The Asian Vision Institute (AVI) is an independent think tank based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It aims to promote​ peaceful, inclusive, adaptive and sustainable societies in Asia.